Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

St. George (Utah). Department of Community Development

18009--Real estate acquisition files
18025--Nonresidential building plans
18026--Residential building plans
20079--Cable television franchise agreements

AGENCY: St. George (Utah). Department of Community Development

SERIES: 18009
TITLE: Real estate acquisition files
DATES: ca. 1900-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by name

DESCRIPTION: These records document the purchase of real property by the municipality. They include the contract and related correspondence.

RETENTION

Retain 7 years after unconditional sale of property.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series is authorized by Archives general schedule MUN 10, Item 13.

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FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 7 years after unconditional sale of property and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Public

SECONDARY CLASSIFICATION

Protected. UCA 63G-2-305(7) Contemplation of sale, exchange lease, rental


AGENCY: St. George (Utah). Department of Community Development

SERIES: 18025
TITLE: Nonresidential building plans
DATES: 1945-
ARRANGEMENT: Numerical

DESCRIPTION: These are the blueprints and specifications submitted by building contractors or owners when applying for a building permit for the construction of commercial, industrial, or apartment structures. The specifications are compiled by the architect for use by the contractor to complete detail work providing type, grade, brand of materials to be used, and general conditions which govern the methods to be employed. They also identify the temporary facilities, job cleanup, security, time limits, deadlines, and responsibilities of the architect, owner and contractor. They are used for determining code compliance and the enforcement of building codes. They are usually arranged by permit number or address.

RETENTION

Retain 7 years.

DISPOSITION

Destroy provided ,for historical reasons, agencies must contact the Archives before the distruction of any building plans.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series is authorized by Archives general schedule MUN 16, Item 4.

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FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 7 years and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Public

SECONDARY CLASSIFICATION

Exempt. UCA 63G-2-103(b)(iii) Copyright


AGENCY: St. George (Utah). Department of Community Development

SERIES: 18026
TITLE: Residential building plans
DATES: 1945-
ARRANGEMENT: Numerical

DESCRIPTION: These are the blueprints and specifications submitted by building contractors or owners when applying for a building permit for the construction of residential buildings. The specifications are compiled by the architect for use by contractor to complete detail work providing type, grade, brand of materials to be used and general conditions which govern the methods to be employed. They also identify the temporary facilities, job cleanup, security, time limits, deadlines, and responsibilities of the architect, owner and contractor. They are used for determining code compliance and the enforcement of building codes. They are usually arranged by permit number or address.

RETENTION

Retain 1 year.

DISPOSITION

Destroy provided ,for historical reasons, agencies should contact the Archives before the distruction of any building plans.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series is authorized by Archives general schedule MUN 16, Item 6.

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FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 1 year and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Public

SECONDARY CLASSIFICATION

Exempt. UCA 63G-2-103(b)(iii) Copyright


AGENCY: St. George (Utah). Department of Community Development

SERIES: 20079
TITLE: Cable television franchise agreements
DATES: 1978-
ARRANGEMENT: Alphabetical by company name
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 0.10 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: These are agreements between cable television companies and the City of St. George to provide cable television within St. George. They are used to assure compliance by cable television companies with their agreements. They include franchise agreements and franchise ordinances. The length of the agreements is five years but can be renewed for an additional five year term.

RETENTION

Retain 10 years after the expiration of the agreement.

DISPOSITION

Destroy.

RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION

Retention and disposition for this series were specifically approved by the State Records Committee.

APPROVED: 09/01/1998

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

The retention and disposition information on this schedule applies to the record copy which can be in any format. The record copy can include different formats. Format management information provided here is for the purpose of managing records that are being either stored by or transferred to the Utah State Archives.

Paper: Retain in Office for 10 years after expiration of the agreement and then destroy.

APPRAISAL

Administrative Legal

This disposition is based on the administrative needs expressed by the city and meets all legal requirements (UCA 78-12-23).

PRIMARY CLASSIFICATION

Public